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... lots of other interesting facts but I don't want to bore you with them all.
Just as we were leaving the park I spotted a bear and screamed out at Taylor to stop the car and we all jumped out quickly to take some photos. I don't think it was fully grown but I'm no expert. It's the first bear I've ever seen in my life and I was so excited to see it in its natural habitat. I think this was the highlight of my time in the USA so far.
The sky was ...
... Citrus bro Farrell residence toasting Papa for a fantastic week. Today the Paul Farrells headed off to Hawaii, the Michael Farrells, Rosie and Amr headed to San Diego and Papa & Oscar stayed on for some well deserved golf and quiet time! The Sertoris headed off for a long 5.5 hour drive to a beautiful location called Three Rivers, staying at the Sequoia Alta ...
... grown stuff. Eggplant, tomatoes, zucchini, plums, peaches, nectarines, almonds and pistachios. We arrived through Kings Canyon to see, General Grant tree then proceeded on to Sequoia, as we are staying at a campground there. As you can imagine, we have seen allot of park films over the last several weeks, and Augusto took this picture. It almost looks real, but you can see the subtitles. Lodgole campground is located right up against a canyon of the Sierra Nevada beautiful ...
... area. It helps to build up the tapestry of experience this country has to offer.
We had a full day's drive to Sequoia National Park, a big challenge for a normally left sided driver. There were large delays for road works. We drove through amazing mountain forests with patches of snow beside the road and distant snow covered peaks interspersed with awesome granite outcrops. Scenery that was as good as I had seen. The ...
... Central Valley with lots of orchards and vineyards, but these vineyards weren't wine grapes, they were raisin grapes for SunMaid. At Visalia, we headed east on 198 to Three Rivers - lots of orange and lemon groves here. We were heading back into the mountains and arrived in Three Rivers at 4:30. Lots of time to do some laundry ...